Okay so. 00930 central locking. A deer hit the side of my car and messed some stuff up in the door.00930 central locking
00932 - Ross-Tech Wiki
17887 implausible brake booster signal
005241 boost vacuum system mech failure
17887/P1479/005241 - Ross-Tech Wiki
17526 no signal heating O2 B1S2
17526/P1118/004376 - Ross-Tech Wiki
000280 G62 signal too high
P0118 coolant sensor 1 too high
16502 Coolant temp signal too high G62
16502/P0118/000280 - Ross-Tech Wiki
000054 O2 B1S2 open circuit
P0036 heater control circuit B1S2
16420/P0036/000054 - Ross-Tech Wiki
I tried to take the video, but the sound decided to disappear. I took it around the block and get it up to temp and it still wouldn’t make the noise. I didn’t everything I could to make the noise come back but it won’tThat last video, what is that?
Mount the camera on a stand sitting on the ground pointed at the engine or the car body will a be a better testament as to what is actually 'shaking'. Is the car sitting on all 4 tires on the ground?
I can hear a faint tell tale sign of clicking, I'm calling it, the ABS pump is faulty.
I'll eat my words in the end if I'm wrong.
Have you put a vacuum gauge on the engine while it's running?
The part that was talked about solving the issue in the thread that you sent me was replaced last year, along with surrounding parts. It is oriented correctly as wellI am getting the following error 17887 - P1479 Brake Boost Vacuum Mechanical Failure. I used a boost leak pressurizer and pressurized the system to 8 psig. I can hear air leaking out of the bottom of the brake boost vacuum pump 8E0 927 317. These things are ~350 brand new from German...www.passatworld.comHi, Just want to share a recent fix on my 2002 1.8T AWM with the P1479 code. 17887 - Brake Boost Vacuum System: Mechanical Failure P1479 - 008 - Implausible Signal It is the 3-way check valve (in picture) that connects to the brake booster. You will notice it turned white (don't know why)...www.passatworld.com
You're going to want to get some new motor mounts and snub mount. When the engine moves that much, it can cause vibration in the driveline.Engine raises 1.5-2 inches. Vehicle raises about an inch.
RPM at neutral and park are 780
This all makes... so much senseYou're going to want to get some new motor mounts and snub mount. When the engine moves that much, it can cause vibration in the driveline.
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Just trying to get a feel of what the car feels like when both motor mounts are shot. I think mine are gone and a TON of people on here have replaced theirs on their car. Please chime in !! TIA, D.www.passatworld.com
No worries (from me at least). Sometimes it just takes a little time to weed through all the evidence at hand and find what is causing a particular issue. We'll be here to assist when you're ready to dive in. In the meantime, you'll have plenty of time to research how to replace various items.Okay everyone. I have to wait for either my tax return or the next stimulus to get everything I need to make a major jump forward in fixing everything on the car. I’m in school so I’m fairly certain I can’t work on it until the summer when I’m home with all of my tools and such. Thank you all for your help, I really appreciate it. I’m sorry if I’ve made this more difficult than it had to be. I hope to talk to y’all again soon
Thank you. She has a lot of problems, as to be expected with 264,000 on the ol odometer. Glad y’all could be here to help. I’ll hopefully be returning soonNo worries (from me at least). Sometimes it just takes a little time to weed through all the evidence at hand and find what is causing a particular issue. We'll be here to assist when you're ready to dive in. In the meantime, you'll have plenty of time to research how to replace various items.
If you’re referring to the hose and valve assembly in the rear top of the engine between the coolant reservoir and the engine, that has already been replaced.
I’ll leave it plugged in. My brake light comes on when I disconnect it and it beeps when I start it, so I’ll just leave it plugged in. All of the codes are posted. I’m at college and don’t have the scanner so if I need more specific readings I’m going to have to waitIt is almost certain that you have a faulty ABS, you can just leave that disconnected until you get it repaired, it's not working anyway.
It is very likely that a faulty CTS or its wiring is causing some of your problem.
There is no such thing as an ABS related vacuum pump code. If you could post all of the actual codes, that would help.
I replaced the cts when I changed my coolant flange. I’ll replace the wire when I replace the 02 sensor wireI’ll leave it plugged in. My brake light comes on when I disconnect it and it beeps when I start it, so I’ll just leave it plugged in. All of the codes are posted. I’m at college and don’t have the scanner so if I need more specific readings I’m going to have to wait